Ministry of Health's Monday report on Corona virus disease has revealed that it has discharged 115 new patients within the last twenty four hours.The total number of patients who have recovered from the disease as reported by the Ministry is standing at 99210.The Ministry has sadly recorded 20 new deaths within the last twenty four hours.
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The Covid-19 crisis in the country is getting better with the infection rate dropping as per the last four days updates given by the Ministry of Health.Today, according to Tuko News reports and the Ministry of Health updates, 486 individuals have tested positive from the 2,989 samples tested for the last 24 hours.
Ministry of Health's Chief Administrative Secretary Dr Mercy Mwangangi.According to the Ministry of Health's Monday statement on the spread of Corona Virus disease in the country, the cumulative number of positive cases in the country has shot upwards to 146156 cases.The statement has stated that the Ministry of Health has confirmed 486 new cases of Corona virus disease within the last one day.
Today, the Mutahi Kagwe led Ministry of Health has confirmed that 486 new individuals have tested positive for Corona Virus disease in Kenya.The Ministry has reported that in total, 146156 individuals have so far been confirmed positive for Corona Virus disease in the country.2989 new samples have been tested in the country within the last twenty four hours.
The set rules, guidelines and protocols by the Ministry of Health should be strictly adhered to by everyone, and law enforcement agencies should situate that it's well observed.This will not only prevent the coronavirus from spreading, but it will also see economy being opened up by the President in the near future.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Few days after infections increased, the Ministry of Health is experiencing some challenges in administering covid-19 jab.It's now suggesting to slow down the administration of these vaccines, for the fact that importing the second type of vaccine is now a big challenge.Kenya did not expect a big number of people to show their interest in this medicine, but long quests are being witnessed daily in health centers.
The Ministry of health through their Twitter page has listed a number of guidelines that ought to be followed by everyone after receiving the Covid-19 vaccine.The Ministry has stated that it's critical to adhere to laid down Covid-19 protocols, guidelines and procedures amongst them being wearing a mask, keeping social distancing, staying away from overcrowded areas and frequent hand washing once you receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Ministry of Health in Kakamega county is investigation a puzzling malady that has claimed the lives of eight individuals from Isukha space in Shinyalu body in but a month.According to the health department within the county, the eight victims WHO died whereas receiving treatment at the Kakamega County Referral Hospital, complained of agonizing arm pains.
Today, the Ministry of Health has reported that 115 new patients have recovered from the disease, 61 from various health facilities, & 54 from Home Based and Isolation Care.Total recoveries now stand at 99,210.Cumulative discharges are 72,115 from Home Based Care and Isolation while as 27,095 are from various health facilities.
Following covid-19 protocols has become a challenge to many Kenyans.According to the Ministry of Health measures and guidelines of combating covid-19 includes social distancing and wearing of masks.Today, The Standard Digital on twitter account has posted a picture of a Boda Boda rider flouting traffic rules and MOH covid-19 protocols in Kangeta Igembe Central Meru.
Kenyans have Received yet another good to smile about as the ministry of health records no Increase on COVID-19 Infections today compared to yesterday.According to the latest data being recorded on coronavirus, the infection graph seems to be flattening every day ever since the government announced strict containment measures on March 26th.
Speaking in Kiambu town while inspecting the distribution of today's KCSE Exam papers, the Ministry of Education CS George Magoha ascertained parents and guardians that schools will reopen as earlier planned and that there will be no change in the school calendar.This good message comes amid fears that the current wave of Covid-19 infection is of a higher rate and could prolong the reopening of schools in the country.
Photo of the Ministry of Health's Chief Administrative Secretary Dr Mercy Mwangangi.490 new recoveries have been recorded within the last twenty four hours by the Ministry of Health.According to the Ministry of Health, the total number of people who have recovered from the viral infection in the country has so far surged to 99095.
Covid 19 is currently spreading in the society at a very high rate and Kenya as on date 11 April 2021 it had a positivity rate of 11.8%.The Ministry of Health in order to curb the spread of the virus it has imported vaccines that will help the country to curb this virus that has claimed lives of Kenyans.
Kenyans daily expectations of the unlocking of the five marked counties seem to be deteriorating each and every day after the daily updates on Covid-19 situation in the country.In today's updates, 456 individuals are alleged to have tested positive for the novel virus in a sample size of 4,134 in the last 24 hours, with the positivity rate declining to 11.8 percent.
Nairobi county as reported by the Ministry of Health has always been leading as far as the spread of Corona Virus disease in the country is concerned.The Ministry of Health has reported that within the last twenty four hours, it has tested 4134 new samples from which 486 new individuals were confirmed positive for the viral infection.
The ministry of health is currently under the leadership of Mutahi Kagwe who is the cabinet secretary.The ministry has been on the forefront of fighting against the spread of Covid-19 that was reported in the country last year in March.Covid-19 originated from Wuhan China in December 2019 and the virus has claimed millions of people globally.